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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Tips to Bring Ex Back

You can bring back your ex back or continue your relationship constantly by avoiding few mistakes and following simple techniques.

(a) Try to influence your ex to come back with logic

You cannot argue with your ex to make him/her come back, but you can argue within yourself for the cause but it does not work out in reverse. Emotions do not bring results or attract your ex and you cannot force a person to like you or love you. Every person’s heart is not logical instead it is reactive, so you can speak with them and make them come back to you. It can bring you results rather than forcing the ex.

(b) Play the role of human doormat

You may not obviously understood the topic, most people beg with their ex to stay with them. But please avoid pleading with your ex as you’ll loss all the respect they had for you. Do not plead with them to have a relationship with you as they may start avoiding you.

(c) Gift your Ex

Do not forget to show your love towards your ex. Flowers and gifts are the best way to express your love towards them. Flowers are one of the best ways to express thank you on every occasion.

(d) Regular Communication

Communication acts as a tool to bring the relationship closer. If you are sure to get your ex back then you should communicate with your ex and discuss all the matters, but make sure you’re not discussing the past issues and problems that have occurred previously.

(e) Be short and simple

Once you ex approaches you after a break up, do not discuss each end every matter with him/her. Discuss only the important matters, try to send the calls and messages short and sweet and maintain a limit. Your ex will be more eager to learn about you during the break up period, try to be dry during the start up period which makes your ex to chase you again and again. It helps to bring your ex back with little efforts.

You can easily bring back your ex and marry men or women whom you have dreamed off for a long time.

Way Make Someone Fall In Love With You

So how do you get her or him to fall in love with you? Is there a magical secret to win anyone’s heart to your favor? Maybe there is one special thing that can make a person fall in love with you, and all you have to do is that one thing. Could it be a special scent you can buy from the department store and spray on you, a pheromone or something similar to make anyone weak to your powers? Well, yes and no. There is a simple way to make someone fall in love with you. It may take some work on your part, but it is very simple.

When we are single and trying to attract others into our lives, we go all out to look the best we can, we work out like maniacs to get that perfect body. Our clothes are the latest styles, and have heavy price tags. We grab the attention of others and maybe date a few times then move on to the next person. There we are again and again in the same place we were when we started and the cycle begins again. So what happened during our bonding process to make one or both of us run for the hills and back into the single world?

The first date, we are the perfect gentleman or lady being careful with what we say and do. Men are opening the doors for the women and being on their best behavior. The women are ladies, listening intently to the conversation keeping eye contact so he knows she is interested. The date ends with a kiss and both parties are anxious to meet again, going over the night in their heads smiling and content they have the beginning of something wonderful. The second date the charm is flying from both ends. Everyone is happy and things seem to go very well. Next thing we know you are several months or years into this relationship, and you wonder why you keep trying to keep things going. Maybe you aren’t even trying anymore, and instead you are waiting for the perfect opportunity to get out and on with your life. How did it get from date one to this point again? Why do we keep attracting those losers? If we take a look at how we progressed through the courting period of our relationships, we might find the answer.

Let’s go back to the original question. How do you get someone to fall in love with you? This is the easy part. The answer is by being you from the beginning. If you are acting in a manner that is not consistent to whom you are, then how can you expect them to fall in love with you. The best case scenario in this situation is they fall in love with the person you are pretending to be. This is when we end up in the scenario of the proverbial squirrel cage. Starting and ending relationships never finding happiness with our partners or dare I say us. If we are true to ourselves, we will attract those who want to be with us. If we are attracting people who want to be with someone like us, then eventually we end up with someone who loves you. And now we have a relationship that can last and have meaning and substance, aka a healthy relationship.

If for some reason we don’t like who we truly are, then we can’t expect anyone else to like us can we? Now we get to the hard part. One of the hardest things anyone can do is to take a look inside us and point out the things we don’t like or don’t respect about ourselves. Most people already know what they do and don’t like about themselves, but keep the bad locked away. The beautiful thing is we can change the bad things. It is going to take effort and honesty, but anyone can change. In fact, the only thing we can change in life is ourselves and how we react to outside stimulus.

The reason we don’t change is because it is much easier to not change. But if we choose to be the person we want to be, and we work towards being that person, we grow and mature. When we grow and mature we become a better person and we begin to like ourselves for who we are. If we like who we are, we will be ourselves around other people, and begin to attract those who are capable and want to love someone like us. Then, and only then, do we have a chance to build a healthy, loving, rewarding, and long lasting relationship.

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Fail at Falling in Love

Rather than letting nature takes its course when it comes to falling in love, many needy singles believe that by attaching ourselves to another person, we become instantly whole. Complete. All our needs are met. Case closed. The enticement is too much for the needy to resist. Who can pass up a short-cut, as it were, to personal growth? No wonder so many drink the poison of this lie, one of the most common dating mistakes.

Rebecca sure did. In her late twenties, she was a study in misery. She’d dated Tom a few times in college, but nothing serious ever developed. A few years later, a job brought Tom back to Seattle, where they attended the same church and began palling around. “We’re more than friends,” is the way she described it. “You could say we’re dating, but the sparks aren’t really flying, at least for Tom.” She talked about how Tom was focused more on his career in marketing than his relationships. In fact, he was now considering moving to Kansas City to enroll in a training program that would make him more attractive to potential employers. That’s what brought Rebecca to our office.

After four months of quasi-dating in Seattle, Rebecca was considering a move to Kansas City to be with Tom. “My job is nothing to brag about,” she told us, “and I have an aunt in KC who said I could stay in her spare room for a while.”

I (Les) thought I might be misunderstanding and asked for some clarification: “You’re going to move half way across the country to be near a guy that has made no commitment to your relationship?”

“I know! Isn’t it crazy?” Rebecca said with nervous excitement. “But Tom and I were made for each other; he just doesn’t know it yet. It probably doesn’t make much sense, but it’s something I’ve got to do; I mean, something could really develop between us.”

I winced inside, knowing how much she longed for a relationship and how potentially painful such a decision could be. We explored other options for a few minutes, but she wasn’t interested. She didn’t want advice. Rebecca was headed to Kansas City – following her relocated knight in shining armor – and there was no talking her out of it.

Have you ever seen a scenario like this? It’s not unusual. When someone buys into the myth that another person will meet all their needs, they will do almost anything – quit their job, change their appearance, have sex, get pregnant, or travel to the ends of the earth – just to be with them, believing that falling in love with each other is right around the corner. People who believe another person will complete them by meeting all their needs become human chameleons. Remember Zelig from the Woody Allen movie of the same name? He became who everyone around him wanted him to be. He was externally defined, looking to others to tell him who he was. People who believe this lie do the same thing when dating, and mistakes abound. The problem is that chasing after another person to have a relationship that makes you feel better about yourself spells certain disaster. And Rebecca’s situation was no exception.

Six months after her move, hoping that Tom would one day realize he was falling in love with her, Rebecca showed up again at our office door. “Hey! I thought you were in Kansas City,” Leslie exclaimed.

“Not anymore,” said Rebecca. “Things didn’t work out so well.” For the next thirty minutes, Rebecca told us how after only a few weeks, Tom began dating another woman he met in his training program, and they were close to getting engaged. She said she was doing all right, but since she had “lost” Tom, she was lowering her expectations and “settling” for guys she would have never considered previously. Before leaving our office that day, Rebecca spent at least thirty minutes tearing Tom apart.

Avoiding Common Dating Mistakes

Too many people attach themselves to another person to obtain approval, affirmation, purpose, safety, and of course, identity. And when the inevitable disappointment happens, they complain bitterly that this person failed them.

The truth is, self-worth does not come from the mere existence or presence of someone in your life that you are dating. Mistakes happen when you come to a relationship lacking personal self-worth, and all you can offer is neediness. And even if you do end up falling in love and winning the heart of another, you’ll still, over time, come up empty. That’s the poison of this lie. Expecting another person, whether it be a friend, a dating partner, or your husband or wife, to provide you with your life is unrealistic and actually unfair. It isn’t anyone else’s job to give you an identity or make you whole. People in your life are meant to share it, not be it.

Way to Keep The Love Last Forever

Love is beautiful thing in our lives. There are many kinds of love such as family love, friend love, lovers and so on. All the love makes the world wonderful. Here I want to share something about love.

One of my friends is falling in love. She sincerely claims the sky is blue. Mozart moves her to tears. She has lost 15 pounds and looks like a cover girl.
“I become young again!” she cries excitedly.

As my friend raves on about her new love, I’ve taken a good look at my old one. My husband of almost 20 years, Scott, has gained 15 pounds. Once a marathon runner, he now runs only down hospital halls. His hairline is receding and his body shows the signs of long working hours and too many candy bars. Yet he can still give me a certain look across a restaurant table and I want to ask for the check and head home.

When my friend asked me “What can make this love last forever?” I ran through all the obvious reasons: commitment, shared interests, unselfishness, physical attraction, communication. Yet there’s more. We still have fun. Yesterday, after slipping the rubber band off the rolled up newspaper, Scott flipped it playfully at me: this led to an all-out war. Last Saturday at the grocery, we split the list and raced each other to see who could make it to the checkout first. Even washing dishes can be a blast. We enjoy simply being together.

And surprises are always in our lives. One time I came home to find a note on the front door that led me to another note, then another, until I reached the walk-in closet. I opened the door to find Scott holding a “pot of gold” (my cooking kettle) and the “treasure” of a gift package. Sometimes I leave him notes on the mirror and little presents under his pillow.

There is understanding. I understand why he must play basketball with the guys. And he understands why, once a year, I must get away from the house, the kids -and even him -to meet my sisters for a few days of nonstop talking and laughing.

There is sharing. Not only do we share household worries and parental burdens i¼ we also share ideas. Scott came home from a convention last month and gives me with a thick historical novel. Though he prefers thrillers and science fiction, he had read the novel on the plane. He touched my heart when he explained it was because he wanted to be able to exchange ideas about the book after I’d read it.

There is forgiveness. When I’m embarrassingly loud and crazy at parties, Scott forgives me. When he confessed losing some of our savings in the stock market, I gave him a hug and said,

There is sensitivity. Last week he walked through the door with that look that tells me it’s been a tough day. After he spent some time with the kids, I asked him what happened. He told me about a 60-year-old woman who’d had a stroke. He wept as he recalled the woman’s husband standing beside her bed, caressing her hand. How was he going to tell this husband of 40 years that his wife would probably never recover? I shed a few tears myself.

What will make the love last forever, most people ask the question. I cannot tell you I details, but the important thing is you should give love first by your heart.

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